Monday mnrninir was tlm Inst >• -simi
lield of n series of revival m-rvic-s nt th**
Methodist church. Fifteen names wer
added to the chureli roll during the pnst
week, making a total of (id accession* by
letter nod baptism received i.ito the
charoh here by Rev. A.' H. S Buzjr
Mis. <■>. K Heigh will entertain the
l^adiee Parsonage Society this afternoon
at her lovely home, *• lloiltiy thistle.
Dr. T. Y. Clower, of Adnntn. is tl e
guest ot his father, Dr. G. W. Clower.
Mrs, N. (>. Mariks and Ethel and Don
ald Hanks at\ home from a visit to rela
tives in Attalla, Ala., and Home.
Hoy F. White and wife, of Atlanta,
are spending the week with their jiar-
onta, Mr. and Mrs. John T. White.
Mrs. H. J. Hewell, Misses Zell and
Inez Sewell left Monday for an extended
visit to relatives near Athens.
W. A. Hnhannnn returned today from
Mrs Will Word, of Atlanta,who with
her children, is s|N'inliiig part of the
mimmcr with her father, Capt. T. E.
'/•■liars, accompanied her Imsliand oil a
few days visit to UahbetVllIn this week.
Mrs. .lames Beall, of Carrollton, is
the guest of Mrs. 0. I). O’Kelly.
Harry Baxter, of 1'tioa, N. Y., is be
ing entertained at the home jif Oleun
Miss Susie Harks, of Atlanta, is the
a llnired guest of Miss Gertie Host.
Judge H. O. Jones, of Nuwitau, was
in Grantville Monday.
Miss Alma O'Brien s)ienf Saturday in
Frank Hopkins and wife, of Luther-
ville, and H. F, Yeager and family, of
Bethlehem, were guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Hopkins.
Will Braswell, of San Antonia, Texas,
lias joined Ids family al the Nall House,
where they are s|H>tiding the summer.
Johnny and Jin k Camp, of Atlanta,
visited their ixireiits, II. A. Camp and
wife, tills week.
Misses Carrie Woodward and Luoile
Wells, of Moiinlville, returned home
Tuesday, alter several days s|ient with
M rs. A. 11. S. Hogg
Will Host s|s-nt Sunday in N/iwnan.
C. A. Mims and family, of Alabama,
are nt J. K. Cotton's,
It. F. Clower and family, of Nnwnnii,
lire tills week al the home of Dr. G. W.
Miss Millie Homier, of Hone Oak, was
the guest Inst week of Miss Hove Stevens.
Mrs. Susie Gray, of Hharpshurg, anil
J. B. Dolk nml wife, of Henoia, are visit
mg M rs. ,1. H. (i’Nenl.
Miss Alma Harper has returned home
to Fairhurn, alter s|H>iuliug two weeks
With Miss Jennie Don GUI.
.viink Catharine May, of Greenville,
Was the guest last week of Miss Alice
Mrs Aiiun Jeter is visiting relatives
at Moreland ami Koeky Mount.
Mrs. J. W. White and Miss Willie
Fierce While, of Atlanta, are at the
home of C. B. Cotton.
Miss Marie Sewell, ot Hone (Ink, was
the guest a few days ago of Minh Gladys
Miss Mary Thomas, of Hone Oak,
visited Miss Aliena Bryan I Wednesday.
Col. W. (!. Host, of New nan, visited
his parents here FHtluy.
H. I. Sewell, Misses Ella Dean and
Hot tie While went to Hone (ink Wed
Miss Jollllliie Hester spent a few days
last week with relatives at Sliarpshuig.
N.O. Hanks and T. M. Zcllnrs spent
Tuesday in Atlanta.
Mrs. Hoik, ot Moreland, and Miss
Hoherla Hoik, of Alabama, spent Mon-
ila.V and Tuesday with Miss Hove Ste
Joseph Murphey, of Moreland, visited
hiN daughter, Mrs. Sallie Humphries,
Miss Dora Hohertson lias returned
from a visit to relatives in Newnaii.
Mrs. Mollic Bvle and Mattie Moure
spent Saturday in Moreland.
Misses Ophelia and Belle Argo, of
! Griffin, were guests last week of Miss
< >la Slaughter.
Hrof. McElroy,Principal of the Grant-
ville High School, ami son, Halpli, ar
rived today. His wife is expected to
H. H. Jackson nml wife spent Tuesday
C. E. Sewell, who raises so much cot
ton that the price generally goes down
when he makes tiis “biggest" crops, lias
stalks that measures 7 feet—go large that
I the birds have made ii. sts in some of
Misses Kate and Gnrrouche Norris,
M essrs Will Host, Jini Harrow,C. B.
Cotton, Carl Sewell, Tom Queen and
Worley Nnll gave an ice i ream supper
Tuesday night at Lutherville.
Kev. J. T. Baxter, n prominent di
vine of Atlanta, and ] ms tor of Glenn
Street church, ably assisted Rev. F. J.
Amis in his protracted meeting at Elam
church last week; they received five
W. H. Hutchens, one of our promi
nent farmers, has gone into the mercan
tile business at his lower farm, known
ns Watts’ Crossroads.
If B. Hansford was called to the bed.
side of 11is babe near Franklin this week.
The child was not expected to live.
Misses Grace and Hillian Summers at
tended the marriage of their cousin,Miss
Fay Carmichael, of Newnan, last week.
A revival is in progress at Mt. Carmel
church this week.
Rev. F. J. Amis is engaged ill a pro
tracted meeting at Bowden this week.
Miss Frances Gay, a pretty little girl
of Turin, is spending this week with rel
atives m this section.
(). W. Brooks, of Newnan, wun the
guest of Allen Crane the first of the
week and attended the meeting at Mt.
Mrs. A. S Hutchens has returned
from a visit, to relatives in Heard coun
Mrs. J. W. Puokelt and children, of
Alahamit. are guests of relatives in tins
t). B. Brooks and wife, of Corner,
Branch, were guests of 0. E. Summers
and family recently.
Rev. W. B. Buclmimon.il noble young
preacher, id' Standing lioek, is assisting
Bro. Gaines in a revival at Mt. Carmel
church this week.
I .1. .1. Dorset), of Newnan, spent part
of the week with homefolks.
F. W. McMioliael, who used to live
here, hnl moved awny a couple of years
ago, Inis moved with his family to the
New t 'ottou Mill.
Hittle Vera O/.more spoilt u few days
last week in the country, guest of her
unolo, W. B. t izniore.
Mrs. .1. E. I). Taylor ims been siok for
Frank Whittle, wife and little son are
spending a few days with Mrs. Whittle's
parents, V. B. McClure and wife.
Robert Duuhur and wife, were the
happy recipients of a little girl last Sat
Mrs. Tom < t/.more was on the sick list
After spending a week with relatives
m our community, E. S. Wei horn re
turned to his home in Randolph county,
Ala.. Saturday, accompanied by his lit -
. tie nephew, Jesse Canon.
The 11-moutliK-old sou of W.ll. Burks
and wife died Inst Monday. The be
reaved parents have the heartfelt sym
pathy of the entire community.
Homer Allen and wife visited the lat
ter's parents, J. J. Hendrix and wife, at
Sargent last Saturday afternoon,
Winnie, little daughter of John Davis
and wife, was siek a few days last week.
Walter Brown ami wife, from Ban
ning, accompanied by tin* latter's sister,
Miss Heim White, visited relatives here
Tom Cox. from Carrollton, nod Miss
Della Whatley of this city, were united
in marriage last Sunday afternoon.
Charlie Hendrix visited the home
folks and ‘‘another” last Sunday after
B. F. Farmer moved with his family
from Carroll last week and are occupy
ing rooms vacated by Charlie Carroll.
Mrs. L. A. Hemriek has been enter
taining her brother, George Gib s, from
Mrs Joe Welbooi was tnken suddenly
ill last Sunday afternoon and her con
dition seems to be critical.
After spending a week with her moth
er, Mrs. Jim Askew returned home last
Mrs. George Anderson returned from
Griffin Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. I. O. McGebee was called by tel
ephone to the bedside of her daughter,
Mrs. John Garner who was taken sud
denly ill last Saturday morning.
Frank Salili spent last Sunday with
relatives in Atlanta.
A. M. Howell was down from Atlanta
last Sunday, shaking hands with New
Mrs. Z. T. Hudson lias been confined
to her room the past week with chills
Miss Susie Farmer left Inst Sunday
morning for Tyns, Gft., where she will
spend two or three Weeks with relatives.
The little invalid daughter of Mont
Smith and wife is seriously ill at this
Reuben Hainev and wife, from Cull
man, Ala., spent n few days last week
with Mrs. Z. T. Hudson.
Miss Nellie Brown, from HaGrauge,
visited her sister, Mrs. John Dewberry,
Tom Strickland,from Roscoe. is visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Elbert Cannon.
Tillman Dewberry and wife have
moved to Birmingham, Ain.
Avn and Claude Robinson, from Tal
lapoosa. are visiting their sister, Mrs.
W. 11 Boatright.
J. B Brown and wife, from Madras,
visited John Dewberry and wife
last Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Lora Wlieclns, from Greenville,
is spending a few weeks with her sister,
Mrs. B. F. Farmer.
John Stome cmnq up from Grantville
and spent last Friday with his niece,
Mrs. J. T. Farmer.
Mrs. Hugh Barker is still sutfering
with chills and fever.
Frank Alman and wife moved with
his mother and sister from Grantville
Bro. Layton same up Inst Sunday and
pleached two splendid sermons. Bro.
Boyd Stevens was with us Iroin the
First Baptist and played the or
gan for us
| Mitchell Wagon:
I I I I I
H Until August 31 we are making a
Special Summer price that will pay
you to buy wagons now; notwith
standing the fact that wagons are
from live to ten per cent, higher than
last year. We do this to make room
tor our fall shipments.
VISIT OVD BUGGY DEPOSITODY
And see the New Styles Surreys, Buggies and Harness.
Bradley & BanKs
Mrs. Albert Brittain gave n niusicah- One of tile most delightful affairs |
on Tuesday evening complimentary to ot'this week was the bowling par-J
ty at which Mrs. J. E. Feather- 1
Miss Convcrs, of Nowtmn, and Miss
Nellie Brittain, of LaGrange Those in
vited to meet t he guests of honor were
T. F. Zellars and wife, Misses Louisa R'g
Beckman, Cullio Abrams, Lutie Go-
lightly, Myrtie Givens, Jamie Hudslin,
Ethel Reid, Lucile Smith, Sallie Kate
Ellington, of Meridian, Miss.; Miss Lil
lie Jackson, of Atlanta; Jasmin and
stoii entertained Thursday morn- i
The score was kept with tiny
marbles in miniature baskets. Miss]
Bessie Powell was the fortunate
winner of the first prize, a lovely
gold pin, and Miss Julia Mae
Louise Huff, of Columbus; Frank Hud- Hackney drew the consolation,
son, Freeman Bullard, Clnud Culbreth, Those who enjoyed Miss Feather-
Roy Brittain. j ston’s hospitality were: Misses
Tate Dean and family, who have been
Morris and Williams, of Atlanta;
visiting Thomas Dean, have returned to T ., XT ,
their home it, Cordele. Itowu,,a Llmier ’ Llla Brow »- !
Mrs. Daley nnu daughter, of Atlanta, tie OlT, Bessie Powell, Julia Mae I
are guests of Miss Fannie Langston. Hackney.
John Gentry, a popular voting sides- , , , .
man of the Dougherty-Ward-Little Co., I HaVe .V 0 ' 11 ' muloS ilnd 1,0rses 1,1
of Atlanta, is visiting friends in the 1 stired in the Mutual Hite Stock In- j
country. surance Company of Georgia. Full
Mrs. Gaillinrd and mother, Mrs. Her f af - 0 value of all policies will be
ringtou, of Maoon, are guests of Mrs. , )a j ( |_ For information and tei’ins,
Dtiarii Ballard on Main street. ,, . ...
... xt a ,, call on or write to J. \\ . Will
Miss Nellie Brittain, of HaGrango, is
visiting the family of Albert Brittnin on coxon, agent lor ( oweta and < ar-
Riverside Drive. roll counties, Newnan, Ga. tf
Mrs. Ernest Williams nod children,
Sold by All Grocers
For Hot Tea
ASK FOR OOLON(i
For Iced Tea
HUY INDIA AND CEYLON
For General Use
HUY TDK MIXED
Nothing is more refreshing than a cup of iced tea; nothing
more beneficial when tired than a cup of hot tea.
Always the Same
of Atlanta, are the guests of Mrs. Leila
Swan on Depot street.
Miss Ethel Reid spent Saturday in
Grantville, guest of Miss Estelle Zellars.
Hugh Johnson is at Atlantic City.
M is* Grace Reid has returned from
Miss Emmn Conyers, of Newnan, and
mother were guests of Mrs. Albert Brit
tain on Tuesday.
Miss Katharine Reed, who lias been
spending the past two months with
friends in Milwaukee, reached home oil
Mrs. John Dickey of Atlanta, visited
her sister, Mrs. Barrett, at the parson
age, last Sunday.
Mosdumes M. A. Wiley, S, M. Dean,
Maggie Dean Morris, and Miss Stevie
Timmons were guests at a dinner at W.
M. Timmons and wife’s in Atlanta
Tuesday, who have just moved in their
new home on Third street.
Mrs. Margaret Dean Motris leaves the
•-‘('tli for Claudland. N. C.
Money to loan ou real estate Pt 7 per
omit. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
Early in Septemlier we will open
up an annex in our room over
Farmer N Hoe's store for the dis
play and sale of ladies' and chil
dren's ready-made garments, car
pets, rugs, curtains, upholstery
goods, blankets, etc., etc. A large
and attractive stock will be shown
and we solicit a share of your pat
ronage in these lines.
20 P. F. Cuttino & Co.
Your watch, clock and jew
elry repairing to my repair
department. I have been
engaged in this line of work
in Newnan for many years,
and my past record is a pres
ent and future guarantee of
expert service and reasonable
charges. I also repair auto
mobiles, bicycles, motorcy
cles, baby carriages, etc.
One $20 wheel, to go
A $25 wheel is offered
These are great bicycle
bargains and should be in
vestigated by prospective
fiansw mt n m aun
Vmanacia, area* i
\awitria. a, t.
Final Clearance of Summer Suits \
For men and young men. This month will positively, end
the cut prices on all Summer Goods. This is the greatest
bargain event of the summer. Gome here at- your earliest
opportunity tomorrow if you can, ami we will show you
such unprecedented values in summer suits, that you will
not hesitate a moment in buying if you are looking for a
summer suit at an extraordinary saving. Now you can buy
At $ 6.00, any suit, worth $ 8.00 to $10.00
At $ 8.25, any su't worth $12.50
At $11.00, any suit worth $15.00 to $16.50
At $12.65, any suit worth $17.50 to $18.50
A full line of odd trousers going at actual cost. We have
a few pairs of patent oxfords at $2.98 and $8.98, sizes from
5 1-2 to 7 1-2.
Frank J. Flannery
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
BARNETT, ST. JOHN & GO.